Adrien Thanks for that! I probably would have missed that dev log post, and it will help. My other frustration yesterday was one of my own stupidity, fighting with weird first cPanel importer problems until @Adam noticed I had installed Ubuntu 20.04 rather than 22.04 on two new Enhance instances. I didn't even see the difference in that one digit! (We're basically brand new to Ubuntu from Redhat plus not Docker gurus my any means so the in creased complexity sometimes make me feel a but out of touch in some respects!)
Other than that, I had seen a recent discussion about another problem that had concerned me, but after it was sufficiently answered I realized there were good workarounds or it wasn't as much of a problem as it appeared to be. I can't even remember exactly what at this point, and was and not going to look for it, but it came to mind as I was getting a bit frustrated with the importer today and posted that comment.
All my fault though, and cPGuard has installed their integration now, so I should be back to work on everything today and will hopefully see some new progress. I was just getting nervous about unexpected limitations popping up once we decided to inflate our cPanel hosting this week enough to encourage as many clients as possible to adopt migration without abandoning ship for the price hike (something we've so far weathered for the four increases from cPanel.) We've been waiting for a suitable migration path, so I'm honestly a bit nervous about the potential for turmoil in the current financial environment. There are only two suitable options IMO (the others decent migration options suffer from too much kludgy legacy code and the suitable newer ones are still getting closer to maturity which are simply a matter of us timing Enhance as we try to recover lost revenue caused by cPanel venture capital vultures.)
Sorry to hijack this thread!